Suffolk Show 2022

Your Suffolk Show Returns: Official countdown begins to the county’s biggest day out 

The Suffolk Show is officially back for 2022 with a unique celebration for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee alongside a packed schedule of new attractions and fun activities for the whole family to enjoy. 

Organisers the Suffolk Agricultural Association are eager to welcome visitors back to Trinity Park for ‘the best show yet’ after a two-year absence due to the Covid pandemic. 

The Suffolk Show will return on Tuesday 31st May and Wednesday 1st June to kickstart celebrations for the Platinum Jubilee ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend.  

In a brand-new one-off exhibit, visitors will be able to walk through 70 years of Suffolk history exploring communications, construction, transport, energy, agriculture, arts and fashion, food and drink, technology, education, sport and many more aspects of daily life through the ages. The Suffolk Show will also be hosting a celebratory Jubilee Pageant with performances from the popular Red Devils – British Army parachute display team. 

Other new attractions around the Showground include a Superheroes Ring which will shine a light on our county’s emergency services, our real-life heroes and their fantastic blue-light vehicles. 

This year’s Suffolk Show will see many familiar favourites return for the first time in two years, including free high-energy activities in the Sports Zone, mighty machinery in the Military Zone, hands-on animal experiences in the Farm Discovery Zone, and stunning displays in the Glasswells Flower and Garden Experience. 

Bruce Kerr, Suffolk Show director, said, “After a two-year wait, we are incredibly excited to launch the official countdown to this year’s Suffolk Show, especially in this commemorative year for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.  

“Our team of volunteers have all been working hard behind the scenes to make sure these are two spectacular days out for everyone, offering great value for money with free activities and interactive exhibits that visitors have come to expect. 

“We look forward to welcoming visitors from across East Anglia and beyond as we celebrate all that makes our county great.” 

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